Yankees Beat Bumbling Angels 5-2, Advance to World Series

Posted: 26th October 2009 by Adam Bernacchio in MLB
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The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim found out with the Minnesota Twins already knew. If you continue to make boneheaded baserunning plays, and continue to play horrific defense, you are going to lose in the playoffs. The New York Yankees beat the stumbling, bumbling Angels last night 5-2 to take their best-of-seven series 4-2 and advance to the World Series for the 40th time in their history. The tone of this series was set in the first inning of Game One when Erick Aybar and Chone Figgins stared at each other and let Hideki MatsuiÆs Little League popup fall in. Shockingly, that is the way the Angels would play for the entire series. If you said to someone that the Angels would make eight errors in six games, that person would have said you are nuts. After all, the Angels are one of the mo ...

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